denucleated

denucleated

 [de-noo´kle-āt″ed]
deprived of the nucleus.

de·nu·cle·at·ed

(dē-nū'klē-āt'ĕd),
Deprived of a nucleus.

denucleated

[dēnyo̅o̅′klē·ā′tid]
Etymology: L, de, from, nucleus, nut kernel
pertaining to a condition in which the nucleus has been removed.

de·nu·cle·at·ed

(dē-nū'klē-ā-tĕd)
Deprived of a nucleus.
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After 30 minutes of -110 Kpa the polyurethane metacarpal head was pressed up against the inside of a glass beaker wall while completely immersed in denucleated fluid.
It is noteworthy that in the previous model employing nucleated fluid (Model B), bubble formation was observed immediately during traction, whereas in Model C employing denucleated fluid, gas bubble formation was no longer evident early on.
Mature oocytes were denucleated by aspirating the first polar body and fused with the donor cells enriched in G0 of the cell cycle, as the parameter of two DC pulses of 2.
The donor cell is not injected into the denucleated oocyte, but is placed in the perivitelline space, whereafter it is combined with the oocyte after electroporation.
SK: Dr Jordaan explains that the technique he used was the one where the somatic cells are placed below the vitelline membrane, and it is stimulated to fuse with the denucleated oocyte.
Cloning animals using somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), or potentially cloning humans in the future, may also involve aberrant epigenetic programming because the newly formed embryo's first key epigenetic period occurs shortly after fertilization, when the donor nucleus is being integrated into the denucleated oocyte during SCNT.
Their genetic material was inserted into denucleated eggs, to produce embryos that grew into four mouse clones.
The pathophysiology of bacterial meningitis includes a process that releases bacterial products such as peptidoglycans, lipoteichoic acid, lipopolysaccharides, and denucleated DNA.
72) This denucleated ovum and the somatic cell were subjected to an electric stimulus that caused them to fuse.
Then it is removed and fused into another denucleated egg that has been previously been fertilised by sperm.
A sexual reproduction, accomplished by fusing a denucleated egg (one with the nucleus, which contains the genetic material, removed) with a cell from the organism being cloned.
When "Dolly," the sheep brought into being by cloning, was announced in February of 1997, it was evident that the time Dolly began was when the nucleus from a somatic cell of Sheep A was fused (electrically) with the denucleated ovum of Sheep B.